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Saturday, 14 February 2009

Catching up on Friends' News

Perhaps this should be headed 'Bowled Over by Colin's Cooking!'

Normally, Jennie provides the cuisine, but when we all met up last night, Colin and his new toy were the 'Chef d'Oeuvre'. The lamb he cooked simply fell apart it was so tender and we all enjoyed catching up on the various families' news.

Colin's grandson's school report was emailed over and it was a very impressive description of Adam's first year at school and we all listened intently as Colin read from it in between courses. We all discussed the present economic climate and other political subjects, and though we knew of friends declared redundant the general feeling was fear was being fuelled by our media, and we should all try to remain positive.

Colin and I showed each other our new toys, and I once again took a few moments to capture some of the happiness that was exuded in faces present – all taken without flash at 2300 ISO on the 5D MkII. To complete the assemblage Colin took a shot of me, and I think we all look a happy bunch!

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